Mary E. Hainas

March 27, 1937 - March 6, 2018
Massapequa Funeral Home, North Chapel
1050 Park Boulevard
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-798-2500 | Map
Friday 3/9, 7:00 pm
St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church
2 Bayview Ave.
Massapequa, New York 11758
516-798-4992 | Map
Saturday 3/10, 9:00 am
Pinelawn Memorial Park
2030 Wellwood Ave
Farmingdale, NY 11735
(631) 249-6100 | Map
Saturday 3/10

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Mary Corso left a message on August 18, 2018:
It’s August and I’m sitting here thinking of Mary. Realized I never wrote anything here and decided it’s never too late to say something about special people. Mary was special, very special. It is rare to know someone with such a huge heart. She was truly one of a kind, with an incredibly loving and generous heart. I have so many wonderful memories of our family get togethers on Lindbergh Street. You will never be forgotten Mary, I hope you are having heavenly parties with all your loved ones! ❤️
Kelly Steigler left a message on March 12, 2018:
Aunt Mary will be remembered with such love. She always made me smile and laugh, she had the ability to be funny on purpose and not even know she was being funny. So at all times, she was funny. At every family party I would bee-line it over to Aunt Mary because her conversation was so full of pure joy and goodness. She always loved seeing other people happy, it’s a such special quality and I wish more people had it. Just shooting the breeze with Mary on an array of topics was like a warm cup of coffee. So comforting and always made me smile. She never forgot a birthday and loved sports. She was so proud of all her family and she was just a big mush. I loved her dearly. I will miss you Mary, my birthday buddy.
Catherine Di Fazio left a message on March 12, 2018:
Mary I will remember the happy moments we had together. All the years passed the babies Holidays and parties and the friends and family that shared in our lives. I will miss you Mary and the good times we had. Although I know somehow you are still near to us watching and guiding us. Healing the hurts of your passing . Bill will always remember your kindness at his last visit to N.Y. and the good times he had with you. Mary your love for us will not be forgotten. Your memory will always be with us.
Vanessa G Hainas left a message on March 11, 2018:
Dear mom, you were a sweet and loving mother in law to me. You were a caring and loving grandmother to Andrea and Andy and we are blessed to have had you in our life. I know that you are now in Heaven looking over us, however, I will miss your beautiful smile and your kind heart. You will forever live in our hearts. Love you,Vanessa Hainas
Jenette Di Fazio left a message on March 11, 2018:
Dear Aunt Mary, My heart is heavy, sad but shines bright for you. Your wisdom and strength always made me be stronger. Your compassion and kindness towards life made any one appreciate the beauty to live. I will miss hearing from you and getting a greeting card. You are a light in this world that will continue to shiner May your soul rest in love and peace, thank you for being a loving kind Aunt.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Jenette Barth left a message on March 10, 2018:
Dear Mary, It's hard for me to believe we will never have our Saturday evening telephone conversations. It is so terribly difficult to put into words how much I will miss you. Although I moved across the country we were never far apart and I believe that although you have left your earthly bounds we will still be close by the grace of God.
Maureen McKenna-Brown left a message on March 10, 2018:
My Dearest GodMother & Auntie Mary,Shocked is an understatement of how I felt when my brother Jim shared the news of your passing with me! You had just called me, in January, after we buried my daddy and as you know, I was planning on coming down for your birthday, later this month. Apparently, God needed you more. As heartbroken as I am, and BELIEVVVE me, I am, I'm TRULY happy you are finally reunited with Gram, Grampy, & your sisters, Catherine (Mom 8-03), Joanie (6-98), your niece, my sister Catherine (9-05) & many many friends; Skippy (my daddy) Sandy, Mary, Mary & Ray Cole, just to name a few. The Fleming Family may be complete now, but I can only imagine how broken my Godfather George, and cousins Tom and Theresa (Chris O,Brian, Brian Bookstaver & Andrea Hainas) are. I know above ALL people YOU understand how desperately I WISH I could've been there today! Unfortunately, between my health, appts, children & work.... I just couldn't make it happen. Please know that your family is in our EVERY Prayer. May God comfort you all with patience and understanding, as you walk through the grief. Look inside your soul and find your tools. We all have tools, and Mary (my Auntie) lived & used those tools to the best of her ability, and made it look easy. Heaven gained an amazing woman & Angel this week.... if you listen closely to the gentle wind, I'm pretty certain you will hear her yelling to her true Love and Soulmate "Georgie."I LOVE You SOO VERY MUCH, My Beautiful Auntie! You were one of the most generous, Loving & nurturing women I've ever known. Thank you for being a "Mom" to me when I lost my own. You will be TRULY missed, by SOO many! Fly high & Keep em' guessing. *An excerpt from my book;"NEVER take anyone or their time here on Earth for granted. You may "THINK" someone will be here forever, but the truth is, We ONLY have today. Stop putting off the "person" on your mind. Make that phone call, visit your parents, hug your babies & moreover, make peace with those you have hurt or harmed, and/or have hurt or harmed you! Make your peace before your opportunity is lost. Life is short & its a precious gift... Never take a single day for granted because God IS watching and Karma, whether good or bad, ALWAYS gets the last laugh!"
Gloria Weiss left a message on March 9, 2018:
Great memories from growing up on Park Blvd. with Mary, George, Theresa and Tom. Mary was the “Go To” mom of the neighborhood and was always there if you wanted to talk about anything. She was always very generous and kind. She will be missed. Rest In Peace.
Sue Holdy left a message on March 7, 2018:
Dear Mary, we have known each for a very long time and you will be missed more than words can say. You have always been a kind, understanding, thoughtful person. I could never thank you & George enough for helping me with my parents house. May you Rest In Peace. Until we meet you.
Margaret Murray left a message on March 7, 2018:
Dear Mary, I will always remember you as a wonderful neighbor, mother and friend to my family and I. Your were a very strong woman, and a faithful servant to our Lord. May God bless you and your beautiful family.
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